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THE REPUBLIC: THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1900.
FINANCIAL.
ST. LOUIS TRUST CO.,
(Temporarily Located)
N. E. Cor. Fourth and Pine Sts.
Capita!, Surplus and Undivided Profits, $3,411,000.00
Interest Allowed on Deposits, from 2 to 4-.
PERS0NIL IND SAVINGS ACCOUNTS SOLICITED.
DIRECTOnB :
1IESRV C. IIAAR3TICK,
WM. L. HUSK.
R. McK. JONE3.
I M. RUMSEY.
EDWARD C SIMMONS.
adolttius iruscH.
DANIEL. CATIJN.
JOHN T. DAVTS
SAMUEL W. FORDTCE,
JOHN FOWL.ER.
WHITAKER & HODCMAN,
BOND AND STOCK BROKERS,
30O N. FOURTH ST.
tNVESTmENT SECURITIES
Monthly circular containing list of local securities
mailed on
FIVE PER CENT
t-jaer, thtrtv-vear 5 per cent sold bonds of
TrfiiTR.iiSnv Company, secured by a Ilrst
York City. Trustee, for sale at ninety-live.
THE McKINNIE-DAVIE INVESTMENT CO.. a&tH"
FINANCIAL.
COTTON.
Best cotton service In Southwest. Direct wires
to VewTork and all Southern renters: nfteen
mlnmTrtS &rt free ana rebates to corre
spondents. 'Write for terms.
BOYD COMMISSION CO.,
ST. LOUIS, MO.
N. W. Harris & Company
BANKERS
CHICAGO HEW YOBK BOSTON
LONDON BUSY WITH
FORTNIGHTLY SETTLEMENT.
TONE OF AMERICANS WAS
FIRM.
New York Market Limited by In
terruption of Telegraph. Service
Railroads Closed Firm.
REPUBLIC SPECIAL.
New Tork, Sept. 12. London was busy
to-day with the- first day of the fortnightly
settlement, and did not generate sufficient
energy to stimulate activity Jn American
stocks. The tone In them, however, was
firm. Kaffir stocks advanced quite a little
on the nea of ex-President Kruger"s night
to Delagoa Bay and of General Botha
treating for surrender. Money was easy In
London, but in considerable demand in Ber
lin. There was no movement of Importance
In the foreign exchanges. The Chinese news
was still Indefinite.
The local market was limited by the fact
that the gale had interrupted telegraphic
communication at all points west of Buf
falo. In the circumstances People's Gas
acted strong on the absence of the cus
tomary pressure, from that point. Traders
easily bid It up. catching shorts and stop
orders. The Galveston disaster has ceased
to have any real effect upon the market,
and stocks which declined a little have re
covered all their losses. In the circum
stances It Is doubtful if Southern Paciilc
will push, terminal work there until It is
ecen whether the town will bo rebuilt. In
any ease, New Orleans will benefit by the
misfortune of Its neighbor, a. fact which
has caused buying of Texas Pacific issues
in particular. Anxiety about the labor po
sition in the anthracite districts caused a
eharp recession in Heading and Jersey Cen
tral. The buying on the- decline was very
fair, and it looks as If trunk-line Inter
ests were taking advantage of the circum
stances to accumulate more stock tor the
expected consolidation, Morgan, interests
were said to bo buyers of Northern Paciilc
common, which showed remarkable
ttrength.
The close of the railroad stocks was firm,
although trading wan limited. The larger
lnteiebts of the street seemed mote dlspt-cd
to take hold of the market, and the Duyi..,j
of Jersey Central on the declines of North
ern Pacific and Southern Hallway were all
ald to be for good quartern. People's Gas
was a little inclined to sell off. and there
was less activity and snap in tho ludubtrla.
and traction stocks. The market showed
nome signs of popular Interest switching on
tothe railroads. The Chinese position is
still complicated by the fact that the Pow
er,?, have no positive repicsentative of the
Chinese Government to treat with them.
Neither Germany nor England seems willing
to regard 14 Hung Chang in this light, ami
I rince Chlng may or may not represent the
"ovomment. The evacuation or Pekin by
ail except a small composite garrison may
be expected in the near future. Europe
seems disposed to take a more peacetul
view, and the possibilities of a European
war over such a point probably do not look
attractive at a closer view.
The net decrease in B. & O. earnings for
last month are understood to reflect tha
company's policy of making- extensive im
provements in Its property. Important de
velopments are expected in the way of the
largo steel companies owning their own
ships for export trade. In the meantime tho
railroads seem determined to hold off until
.the steel companies will make the price of
. rails to suit them. There Is, however, good
evidence of a revival of demand In other
commodities.
Xew Vork Stock Qnotatlon.
St. Louis. Wlne.lay. Sept. 13. W0.
The fonovlnsr thows the ODenlnff. highest, low
est and closing quotations on the New- York
t-feclc Exchange 3-esterday. Corrected dally for
The Republic by D. It. Francis. Bro. & Co..
bonds and stocks. 214 North Fourth street:
Clostt
Stocks. Sales.Open.UiBh.Low.aose.'es.
Am. Car & Fdy.. Vi 15 is 1
Tn T.TA
in ?. 615i 3
S3 S3 33
4
Am. Cotton Oil ..
Am. Linseed Oil ..
.Do. old
Am. Smelt, & Ref
Do pfd
Am. Steel IIoop ..
741 Ki 3C4 34 3SJ, 3'i
Oi xU i'J4 tu s:f wi
1.100 a ) ia- ia4 4
Am. Steel i"wire "i9M 36; 37" 364 Siil
6.
jax p:a n, ;5 7514 7i tsi.- 7i-
JS" SfEaS.Rrt " 4-120 119'- 13 " l"'i
jm. rin Fl&te ... ...... .... .... .... .... -
Do. pfd j;
Am. -fobacco ... j.
Do. Pfd ........ 3.S0O 70I 71 7l4 701 70'!
BalUmore A Ohio 2.800 7II 72i 72 72 7-i.1
Do. pfd ZzZ
Wwi Tfan n e ,ffi ... .... .: Tilt JT1
-sTSS. bS..V"" " " "'-
Central of N. J..
"hcta. & Ohio ..
C. B. & Q
"."htcaeo Ot. West
:.. si. & st. p ..
it 1 r. 0
J.S3 lm. 133i 112 132 134
$ . ,294 2S 2i 23
1.SL. li,, 12 1254 1254 12J1
2.223 liivi'iiiij lisi liiii m-
0J 1965s 107; 1064 107 106
42.: C. C. & StVlI .
-tjio. ruei & iron
:or.sol. Gas
Cnnt. Tobacco ...
1JO. Pfd
Dela. & Hudson ..
d.. u & w !Tr...:
Derter & R. G ..
1. Pfd
Pedcral Steel ....
po. pfd
Oltccse Reflning..
Illinois Central ..
Jackde Gm
lke 3rie a W ..
1-ouls. & Nasli ..
Manhattan "I,"...
Met. Street Ry .,
National Tube ....
W-. K. & T ....."
Do. pfd
Mlraonrl Pacific ..
Nt. Ulscult
Do. pfd
National ,Iad ..
National Steel ..
200 Kji Kb 36J4 354 35il
30 1724 1724 1724
26
'is aii" ;.:: :::: u- -,;55
400 1:14
500 19V
... I7J4 177
? 194
'Ho siii 55ii 3 3;i 3"
SO 67 7 f7
if? 504 51
261. 1164 1164 116"i
100 2ai;
t4t
2S"i IS
.i 73!i 73?, 73
1.410 734
f25 924
92U 51V.
303 1544
-. . . z .... .... a- 4
30 46t 46l 464 44 46i
. l4 lt
25'1 SfltS 31 snif. 31 !'
1.400 Bli 524 61I 12 tl.
150 334 334 23
.,.... .... .... .... .... 834
"MO 264 '.'.'.'. '.'.'.'. 264 264
EDWIN O. STAN ARD.
JOHN A. SCUDDER.
TH03. H. WIST
CHAR. O. MeLL'RE.
EDWARDS WHITAKER.
application.
COLD BONDS.
the Colorado Springs and Cripple Creek D
mortgage to The Central Trust Co. of N
Dls-
cw
Do. pfd
N. Y. Central
N. Y.. O. & W
Nnrf. & West .
H
120',- K'W; 130i
21 :i :m
7H 130'i
l.SM 2P,
3") 314
1104
.... -i':
2t
io. pia ....
North. Pacific .... lO.r.su 514
Do. pfd 65) Tl
raclflc Mall 10) 31 .
Pennsylvania .. .. 3.s?0 1N
People's Gas 7.2) 9
Pressed Steel Car. KM S
-.;,
SIS
71'.
714
92
8Vi
7U.
71V.
31 31
IN lis liSI
9) 914 SO',
2) 30 3H
Reading
Do. 1st pf.i
Do. Id pfd
St. L. & S. F ....
Do. 1st pfd
Do. 2d pfd
St. Louis S. W ..
Do. pfd
South. Pacific ....
Southern Ry
Do. pfd
Tenn. Coal & Iron
reran & Pacific ..
Un. Rag & Paper.
Do. pfd
Union Pacific ....
Do. pfd
U. S. leather ...
Do. pfd
U. S. Rubber ....
Wabash deb B.'s.
Do. pfd
West. Union Tel.
TVb. Cent. W. I..
Do. pfd
Rep. Imn & Steel
Do. pfd
110 164
mo r:'.
526
JfH
16i
16;
&j
Z.tV lli
W) 23
2.M0 33,
1.1:.) 1:
2.147 5S
S00 70
1.600 1IT4
'"! 65I
4.6SJ ET",
710 74
350 114
"two h
143 M
100 1J
130 1JU
1"0 54
134
it
1:4
M
111
Total sales, lOUSi'shares!
BOXD SALKS AT NEW YORK.
New Tork. Sept. 11 Sales of bonds were made
here tolar as follows:
First Call.
2,000 Alb & S 7s.. 131
15.000 Atch sen 4s
loisgwu
M.OOO B & O 34s.. 91i
t.'vO Do 4s..lOVgiii04
8.OJ0 Io S W dlv
3's S7
l.cc t: s 1st ta..io8
12.trt)C Ga 5s St
3.00O CJiO con 5s
13
S.O0 Do sen 4Vi sij
S3.0CJ O B Q Neo
ex 4s 111'.;
1.O00 CRIP gen
4 107
t.iyt) Col Mid 1st
3-4S ....74VieC
10.000 G H & S A
Mex & P dlv
5s WSSSSi
1.000 I C 4s of 1353
10I4
6.000 K C S 3s.... 44
1.000 I. N N l) &
Mob lt 0...lM'i
13.00) M P 1st roa
m ....ursn.-.
33.000 N' T C M V
C Col. 34s.. 9S4
S.0 N & W con
48 S7Ti
16.ft N I' Ben 3s. S54
1.0.J0 Do 4s 1044
7.000 O II X con
4s 102i;
,000 Kdg Ken 4s. e7.
I.Oju KtLlll gen
ts llili
10.V M L. S W 3d
4 .. ..61'iSf62
35.W) S P Cal con
5s stamped. .106
3S.OO0 Do 4s 7iti
3.0W Sou Ry 1st 5s
lTi
11.000 Tex & N" O
con 5s.l03U10I',i
3.000 West Shore
Std 4s 114
lO.OlO W N V fc P
1st Cs 133V4
10.000 W t, E Imp
5s W74W
1001 W C gm.... S7?i
Second Call.
...: ::.: 27.. ks
' .... -.
33,
11i in; U'4 1;
u 23 si;
34 33H 23. 33-4
1: 11. 114 114
S" li 51 544
704 70 704 7(1
154 H'k 15. lli
114
5 B34 Ht it
5S 574 SJ SJ
744 74i 74 74
114 114 II, ll'i
704
ii US !4 234
I'.'.'. I'." '.'." lS!i
(0 &
13 nu
13.000 B & O 3',i 3Jis 564
WiSSt'S 10.0C0 N V L. W
8.000 Do 43..1004Sil,v 110
1B.(K Da 34s S7 1.000 R W O cons.l.-S
3.000 C Ga con 5s 944 5.00V lids 4s S7l
3J.C00 C W & M 1st 94 M.OwO St 1. .- W 1st 31
7tW 0 N V 4S.. Sit, 5.WI0 Sou Pac 4s.. 7SS-.
l. C (c O 44s. &tz 4.(rU St I. S W 1st 91
l.tfl L. & S 4s.. 4 3.( U P 4s 105S
l.WW M P con....li;:j 5,000 W JI Y & P
6.0O M V 6s of 1330 1st 13JH
91", S,C' V O 4s 74
3.0 N Y C M C 1.00 Wab 3d 103
Third Cull.
2.0TO Atch adl .... 854 2.ft) R G & W Is SS
LOi) Do. 4s 10l!4 2.0iW St I. I M US.112H
8,0 0 B W & W 1st 7.000 Si L S F t
73 m lis 123
U.lOO C P 3H M4 t.000 St. L S W 2d
.( C B i Neb.1114 6lJi
2,0w Oa can is.. 914 S.000 S P of Cal
3.1W) CRIP 4S.10CV tamp 53. ,.108'i
Z.nO Erie e m lien 2.C00 U P 4s 1054
.. ., 635.&70 1.0-) W N V & P
11.001 Ij 1 Un 4s.. 92 e m 83
2,00'' M P 5s of 7.000 Wab 1st det
D17 KH & Co ex
6,0( m p cons ..1164 noeiio1;
S.O0O N & W 4i 1.000 Do W N Y &
97U358 1' lt 123-,
STOCKS AXD IIO.VDS IX IIOSTOX.
Boston. Mass.. Sept. 12. Kollowing are the quo
tations on money, toU3 and bonds:
Moce-3'.
Call loans, 233; time loans, 331',.;.
Stockn.
A., T. & S. F.
Do. ifd
. ;
Do.
nfd
6!s
140
14
210
. 7U4
General Electric ,
Arnerlcan Sugar ..1194
Do. pfd 11(1
Am. Telephone ....1124
Isoston Elevated ..H4
Itoston fz Maine. ...l.j
c. u. & y 1254
Dominion toal .... 4
Do. pfd 110
Federal Steel 35
Do. Dfd
Ed. LlfcC III...
Mexican Central .. 11
Mich. Telepaone.. i5
N. K. Gas Jc Coke 11':
old Dominion
l.'a
Rubber .
Union Pacitic
. i94
.914
, 4
. no
west ima .....
Unit da.
Atchison 4s .
N. li Oaj and Coke 5s
.MIuIiik Shstren.
Adenture 44
Allcucz Mining Co. 14
Amal. Copper h
Atlantic 23U
Hob. & Mont...318320
llutte & Boston.... 63
Calumet i. liecla. .
7SSG745
Centennial 16
ITanklln 114
Humboldt
Osceola
Parrot
Qulncy
Santa Ke Copper.
Tamaracit ,
Utah Mining ....
Winona
.. 42
.146
.. I'J
.2?!
.. 214
Molierines
. 42
Arnold
.448
Government Bond.
New York, Sept. 12. Government bonds
reiriilnr
lr-
United states 2s. when Issued, reg
Do. com
United States 3s, reg
United States 3s, cuui
United States new 4s, reg
United Slates n.:w 4s, coup.....
United States old 4c, reg
United States old 4s. coup
United j-tates 5s, rtg ,...
United States 5s, coup
District of Columbia 3.C5s
14
l-M'i
l'S
b4
134
131
ill';
115
114
Ill
122
vr York Curl Stocks.
, St. Iviuls, Wednesday, Sept. II. lo.
Received dilly by D. It. Francis, Bro. i Co..
214 North Fourth sticet.
i;iuse
Airalcamatel Copper
American Woolen
Do. pfd
American Bicycle ,
Do. pfd :
Can Iron Pipe
Do. pfd
Chicago and Alton subs.,
Air Power
Distillers of America
Do. pfd
Electric Iloat
Do. Pfd
E.ectric Vehicle
Do. pfd ....
General Carriage
Havana Commercial
. Do. pfd
International Pump
Do. rfJ
New Krgland Ulectrfc Vehicle..
New York Klfctric Vehicle ....
National Salt
Do. nfd
Otis Elevator
Do. pfd
Rubber Goods
Do. pfd
Royal Baking Powder
Elardard oil
Bid. Asked.
4 svi
.... 114 13
.... 6- ij
.... 54 c
314
.... 34 44
.... 2) 22
....104 P)4'.i
.... 32-i- I
. 44 5'i
.... 20 21
.... 17 19
.... JO S3
.... 17 23
."" '64 7H
.... ! 10
.... 40 45
.... 144 191J
.... ( 67
.... 34 Z
.... 74 n,
.... 20iJ 40
.... 4 13
.... 2C 2h?l
.... jfi :;,
.... 29 2lit
....75 76
.... 92 D3
....53s 540
Chicago Stocks nnd Bond.
St. Louis, Wednesday, Sept. 12, 1900
ReHed daily by D. R. Francis, Bro. & Co..
214 North Tourth street, '
y&SZT, ........ nch. Low-
Do. pfd .7":":""""":::
Wejt Chicago Street Railway
Chicago City 12 per cent bonds...
American strawboard
American Radiator
Metropolitan West Side Elevated.
TV, .....
.. 334 334
.. 64 85
..100 101
..2'.2 232
.. SOU SI
..23 23
.. 23i 33;
.. 84 84
-HI Hti
94 9
union Traction"::.. "::::::::r:":".'i
Lirreed OH
FINANCIAL
STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION OF
The National Bank of Commerce in St. Louis,
September 5th, 1900.
RESOURCES.
Currency and Coin 34,765.217.06
t'herka and Cash Items 446.610.14
Slsht Exchange 6.272.943.87
United States Bond"
Monds. Stocks, etc
l)ns and Discounts
Real Estate
IJABIIJTIES.
'proriu!"!l!"l"!l"
Capital
Surplus and
"lrctilatln ..
HfpOMltS
H. F. EDWARDS, Cashier.
ACCOUXTS OP nAXK". BANKERS. 3IEBCIIAXTS. MAXTFACTlREnS and
CIIKPOHATIOXS SOLICITED VPOX FAVOHAHLE TERMS.
COKKESPOXDEXCE INVITED.
Do. pfd
National Carbon
Cloe
American Slral-oard
ihicago City 11 ptr cent bonds....
DlamcnJ Match
Ltl-c Street ElevatM
Do. trust certificates ,
Vetropulltan West Side Elevated..
In, pfd
Union traction
Do. pfd
National Mfcult
Do. pfd
Natloral Carbon
Lltseed Oil
Do. pfd
West Chlcigo S'net Rallwty
. 61 61',
. 164 1'4
Bid. Ask.
. 30 3014
..252
.121 121
, 9 10
. 8
. 234 31
. H SIM
. 13 14?,
. s:n 64
. 334 -Wi
. t4 87
. 164 J
. 94 10
. 514 52
. fj 100
Plttiiharsr Stocks.
St. Louis. Wednesday. Sept. 12. 1900.
Received dally by D. It. Francis, Bro. & Co.,
-14 No:th Fourth street.
Close Bid. Ask.
Pittsburg Plate Glis-s 1614 ll'i
Wes,tlnghouse Air Brake nominally worth 1514.
FOREIGN' FIXAXCE.
Emrland.
Indon. Sept. 12. Consols for money 9S 11-16:
do for the account SS 13-16: Atchison 294:
Canadian Pacific S3; St. Paul 1174: Illinois Cen
tral 1194; Lout9il!e 75S: Union Pacific pfd.
74: New York Central 134: Erie 114: Pennsyl
ania 66: Reading !4; Erie first pfd. 454: North
ern l"3clflc pfd. 734; Grand Trunk 64: Ana
conda 94: Rand Mines 414. Money 24T34. The
rate of discount In the open market for short
Mils is 34 per cent, for 3 months' bills
34 per cent.
France.
Taris. Sept. 12. Business on the Bourse tc-day
opened Irregular nnd later was dull on realiza
tions. Internationals were unfavorably In
fluenced by the less satisfactory attltud of
Stanlsh stocks. Railroads were particularly
weak and Rio Ttntos declined on tha weakness
of copper. De Beers were weak, but recovered.
Kaffirs were In good demand on the news of
President Kruger"s flight into Portuguese terrl
torv. but were afterwards easier In profit-taking.
Three per cent rentes lOlf 15c for the account.
Exchange on London 25f 16c for checks. Span
ish fours closed 73.70.
Germany.
Berlin. Sept. 12. Exchange on London 20m 4S
ffgs. for checks. Discount rates: Short bills
4 per cent; 3 month bills 44 per cent. Inter
national securities were quiet on the Boerse
to-dav, Spanish 4s were easier and American
and Canadian Pacifies strong: mines were dull,
but recovered on bear covering.
The Hanks.
New York. Sept. 12. Money on call firmer at
1HH2 per cent: last loan 14. Prime mercantile
raper 4134 per cent. Sterling exchange easier,
with actual business in bankers' bills JIA64ti
' 16i for demand nnd at Il3M?4 814 for CO
days: rosted rates 14.8484 5 and J4.s:404.S't.
Commercial bills 4.S2i 4.S34. stiver certificates
63463Hc. Mexican dollars 44c State bonds
a tl e.
Boston, Sept. 12. Exchange H6.S3I.907; balances
11.944.961.
Philadelphia. Pa., Sept. 12. Clearings 111.2:5.
8S4: balances Jl.703.ftt.
Cincinnati. O.. Sept. 12. Clearings JiS34.5.i.
New York exchange JsjiCOc discount. Money 34fiS
6 Ir cent.
Chicarn. Sent. 12. Clearings 121.Wl.51?: bal
ances J2.5S,347. ror.ted exchange J4.8531.8S4;
New York exchange 30c discount.
Bar Sliver.
New York, Sept. 12.-Hir silver sc.
London. Sept. 12. Bar slUer steady. 21 1.-161
per ounce.
Treasury SlHtcnienl.
Washington. Sept. 12. To-day's statement of
the Treasury balances In the general fund, ex
clusive of the llC,OM.() gold reserve In the di
vision of redemption, snoas: Available casn bal
ance II35.005.352; gold 172.454.447.
LOCAL MONEY MARKET.
Another Very Good Day Reported
Among Ilnnks Iliislnrss Active-.
St. Louis. Wednesday. Sept. 12. lt'VJ.
General banking business ti-lay was active,
but in all other respects the situation was ivii.i
out special change, no new conditions having
arisen to bring any about. Counter transactions
at all the bnks, and in particular the leading
ones, was actUe snd on a fairly large Ma.
the clerical force lelng constantly employed In
receiving and paying out msney. The demand
for money, both on outsld and l-'wral account,
continues encouragingly large, and also ehws
evidence of growing larger. Money nt all banks
to-o"ay was in more than ample supply, but In
terest rates were steady at & to 7 per cent for
call and. time loan.
!.ocal tiank clettrings were again large at J5,
434,035, the balances amounting to 1117.770.
Domestic Exchnnicc
Whltaker & Ilodgmun. bond, stock, commercial
psper and exchange, brokers. 30o North Fourth
street, quote exchange as follows:
Bid. Asked.
New York 4ocd9 Slcdts
Cincinnati 25c dls iar
Louisville 2U:dls pur
New Orleans 25c dis par
Chicago 20c ilia 10c dls
City of St. Louis.
Corrected daily by Galord. Blessing & Co., 307
Olive etreet:
City3.t3s. J. D., 1907 103
City 3.65s, cold. 31. N., 1915 l'Olj
CltySljs. J. J.. 1919 103
City 4s. sterling. M. N.. 1911 10
City 4s, geld, M. N.. 1912 1VJ
City 4s, sterling, 20 years. 1M3. J. D....104
Cltv4s. uold. A. O.. 1913 101
lOSti
1064
1034
110
111
1"5
111
U2
City 4s. gold, J. J.. 1911 HI
4'itv4s. sterling, a. ti.. ictn. ivn i'fc
I'll
City 6s. gold, A. O.. 105 llz'n 113"4
i.iiyw, gum. .1. ir., i.- 113 ill
Cltycs. currency. A. O.. 1906 1124 ill
LOCAL STOCKS AXD BONDS.
Granlte-ni-Metnlllr Rise the Feature
or the .Market.
The chief feature ot the market to-day was
the advance In Gra.ilte-111-Mrtsllt'; mlnln; stock,
wlich opened at J2.33 bid. so!d Ilrst at It. 45 and
finally at li.50. and lo:cI at latter bid an!
J2 534. There were only two buyers and evn
l.ss tellers, .md tales eic only 20"i shares. Oth.r
mining slocks weie quiet end about unchanged.
The fact that the bocott on the St.- Louis
Tianslt had I een officially declared off gave rl
to the liellef tlat the stock and tonds would
improve, but. if anytbirg, the were wtaKer; 2-
rhares prelerred telling at JM.&X but only 161
Mil later. Transit stork was 120.50 bid. and 121
asked, and the 4s JS5 hid and 185.2 asked.
Enough interest waa taken In St. Louis and
Suburban stock to-oay to bring about the tale
of ICO shares at 178. at which there were tellers
later.
Outside of the securities mentioned above, the
market was dull and practically inchanged.
To-daj's closing dotations:
Asked.
Ji5.2
6C..75
21 .(rt
17.50
7S.0O
11K61
272.00
Ur.ited Railway 4s 13.00
Do. pfd 66.1V)
Transit or common 311.50
Mts.'url-Kdison tommon ....
St. .outs an I "Sub." stock 77.50
j-in. incomes s.'.il
St. Lout Trust 222.00
Lincoln Trust
Mississippi Valley Trust
Bank of Ommerce 240 01
Americar-Nettle 1 -Z
Grsnlle-F.I.Metalllc : o,
fan Sebastian ...... .............. ' g
Itienerys 11,001 6s 1( 23
Taylor Avenue 6s lis w
i erainec River be
St. Iiuls Cllv 2.6..s ,. . loi-5
Ktnnard Carpet pfd 1M.M
Do. common 103.00
Laclde Gas pfd SS."!
iii.r
u:.:o
HiS.50
NVvr York Market Gnsslp.
The following j nopals of the gossip in re
gard to the leading itatilres of the New Tork
market was recened by D. R. Francis, Bro. t
to.:
New York, Sept. It-London was a buyer of
stocks again to-day, tak.ng about 10.010 shares
f." ,,,,a,iSr''. n'?tly N. p.. Atchison pfd. and
U. P. The arbitrage brokers reported a renewe.1
disposition un the oilier side to buy American
stocks, but the business ther.. did not last long
after our opening, and the demand is easily
si'ppllcd.
.Jn? T'a? ?. s"1 ,,,, of ,a'k to-dav about
the West Indian tornado, not so much about
"Jjrllrt Influence as Its effect on business.
There were no Chicago wires working during
the first hour of business, and telegraphic com
munication west and south was continually In
terrupted during the day. This Interruption hurt
commission business and caused a heavy tone
to the market during the tarly trading.
Th coal stocks were weak again, because
of fears of a strike In the coal regions, and
fcome of the, bull traders had advices from
banking Interests that their operations In the
market depended a great deal on the develop
rent in the coal fields. The Impression pre
vailed that some settlement would be reached,
and on this belief there was some speculative
buying of stocks in the afternoon.
N. P. common was one of the strong features.
The movement started yesterday with buying by
Halle Stlelitz. who were prominent buyers ot
the. stock again to-dar. They said their cur
chases were wholly based on the heary Increase
in earnings reported yesterday. On the advance
there was urgent fevering of shorts
Texas I-nclfle -1 as bought to-day by interests
often active In M. P. affairs. There was nc
?1 1,504.771. Kl
at par 6,OM.flOO.
l,621,06.lt
19.673,581.47
o;.".e9
J3S.40t.416. 40
E,000.nJO.0
3.1IO,132.S3
X906.6I7.19
StSp-i0N.tilU.O7
128,491.416.44
news In regard to the property, but brokers
actHe In the stock thought that the buying was
.aused more by escape from damage by the
West Indian tornado than anything else.
After the close yesterday reports were current
that a settlement had been arranged by the Ogden
and People's Gas interests, and there wire ma
urgent efforts to cover shorts in People's Gas
In the first hour to-day. Many of the room
traders who have for a long time been actle
in the Sugar have abandoned the latter stock
for Peoples Gas, and these traders generally
have been on the bear side of the stock. They
Increased the short Interest In It enough to
make It loan flat, and this In itself made many
of them uneasy and anxious to cover wheneier
the stock showed signs of strength.
St. Louis and Southwestern securities were
weak because of reports of damage by storm in
Texas. M K. & T.. weakened yesterday for the
pame reason, rallied to-day on the statements
that the company has no tracks Into Galveston
and was not hurt by the storm.
Forelurn Exchange.
Tl ere was a fair demand for foreign exchange,
and the market was steady.
D. R. Francis. Bro. & Co. report closing rates
as follows:
Prime sterling, cables 4.87Hetf : checks Jt.S6M0
?,: fo days 4.S3!e54.
Commercial sterling on tankers' checks 4.SC'ig
i: 60 days 4.83VS: 90 days 4.814;.
Grain bills 4.W4;- cotton 4.824.
Brnkers' Paris cables 5.15Ht)l-16: checks 5.164
61-16: 60 days 5.U4S1-16.
CommercUl French francs, checks 5.16Tlitl-16:
60 days G.19SB1-16.
Swiss checks 5.194SM6: 60 days 6.2:481-16.
Belgian checks 5.14ttl-16: 60 davs 5.21U4J1-18.
Bankers reichsmarks checks, cables 9 5-16:
checks 954. 60 days 944511-16.
Commercial checks S 15-16093; 60 days 94',i; )
days 934.
Pankers' Dutch guilders, checks 40433-16: 60
days 29 15-16340.
Cfmmercial Dutch checks 40461-16; 63 days
I.oanlns Rate of Stocks.
St. Louis Wednesday. Sept. 12, 1900.
Received dally by D. R. Francis. Bro. & Co.,
214 North Fourth street: .
Northern Pacific preferred snd common. C, B.
& Q. and Rock l6land 4 per cent.
Union Pacific and P. O. flat 4 per cent.
SJ Paul. General Electric. Third Avenue and
Rubber Goods preferred fiat.
Missouri Pacific and Rio Grande W per cent.
Manhattan. Jersey Central. Pennsylvania, Rub
ber Goods common. Delaware and IIudon Con
solidated Gas Tennessee Coal and Iron Metro
politan Railway. National Lead nnd Louisville
and Nashville 1 per cnt.
nN?fj:k."n- weMern H per cent flat: Southern
Paclfle 1', pr cent.
Union Pacific preferred. Baltimore and Ohio
common and preferred 4 per cent.
..c; c; S-'- Southern Railway preferred and
federal Steel common and preferred j per cent.
RIVER NEWS.
Rlsr and Fall of the TUvrra
For the twenty-four hoars enJInjc at 7 a. m.:
Stations. Dantrrr. G.ui. chaniri-.
Pittstuic in
JlA 1 i "-
VA
0.0
I'atkercbiirg 3ii.o
"lnclnnatl 5i)
LllllSvlIle ()
.Nashville tfl.o
l'lorence is.tf
l.vanssllle ; 53.H
.Inhnsunvllie t. .... i-i.o
St. Paul :....... 14...
Dubuque ;.... 15.0
)aemort i J5.0
Keekuk 15.0
2.4
4.7
2.9
1.2
0.4
J.7
1.3
4.4
4.6
3.8
3.'.
2.2
-0.4
-1.2
-0.2
-0.2
(l.O
-0.3
0.2
0.2
0.A
0.0
CO
0.0
i'es .koines itaplds
lenria n.o
Grafton 33.0
Omaha is t
Kansas City :i.i)
IB-Knvllle ;,).o
llermtnn n o
St. Lnul? ;ou
, t'hestor 3.I..)
i "alrn J3.0
12Iemphls r 2 0
Little Rock a.o
Vlcksbuig ,,,i)
. Shreeirit !- ft
8.6
6.!!
0.8
-e.-,
-1.3
-.7
-0.2
4. 1
-..I
-0.1
7.3
5.4
9.0
4.9
2.1
7..I
New Orleans 3A.0
-iiise. -ran.
f T lit-, s r
Ijocal Forecast Ofticial.
Arrived.
Columbia
. Spread Esgle ..
I Wash Honihell
reciter
Grafton
-Lower Ulvcr
Dennrted.
City of Clifton .
Carrier ,
Columbia ,
Bald Eagle
It. C. Ounter ...
Spread Eagle ..
Peters Lee
Wash Ilonshell
....Tennessee River
'.... Hamburg
Chester
Peoria
Naples
Alton
...... ......Memphis
Cairo
River Forecast.
Tl.e Mls-lss'rpl at St, L-jiils will fall.
River nnd Business.
Gauges In St. Louis Harbor registered 7.3 feet
yesterday, showing a decline of . of a foot In 21
hotrs.
Business good on all outgoing steamers. Re
ceipts light,
Weather cooler; slightly foggy In the harbor.
Forecast to-day. probably fair.
Paragraphs.
Watchman Mike Conney. the victim of an
atrault by negroes, at tho Hill City's wharfboat
on the evening of that steamer's departure for
Iew Orleans, has returned to work after a lin
gering recovery from a fractured skull. He
was at the City Hospital.
Secretary p. s. Drown of the M. end O So
ciety yesterdav itetltinned r.nrnin !-.,.-. ..-.
of the United States Cores cf Engineers' to re- '
S0Vf ,''..rck,:lleJn he Mississippi a, ,a(, fnot
ot McBrlde s towhead. U"t below ealro. The 1
.... u: wm, so jmo.s uecisre. compels boats to
pr-is between the obstruction and the Illinois
rrore a narrow, dangerous escape. Complaint
was made at the pilot society bv Messrs e?ad
Stewart and Hirrv Crane 0f the City of CMfton:
llarry Watson nnd B. II. Eerry of the Petrs
Lee.
Pilot Charles Nichols of CslWo came to St
l-ouljesterday from Cairo. He Is In the city on
The City of Paducah was due at midnight
from the Tennessee River with 135 000 feet ot
lumber. 240 bags of peanuts. 300 sacks of wheat
and a general cargo. She returns Saturday
The Missouri River steamer Grapevine "will
arrive to-morrow to clear Saturday on a return
-.rap!?ln Ba'k Tllden. who has been serving
-n th tjevernment steamers, was a visitor alone
the wharf. 'i-
Captain Beaty.ls here from Taducah.
fJchard Smith, mate on tho Grey Eagle has
rcs.gned. He was succeeded by Mr. McKe" for
merly on the Qulncy. -.-. ir
UsTsund""! C"r !C,t NeW 0rIn tar P
.sT1"1" 0r-r EaS-' w11- " ln trorn Chester C3rh
this morning to depart this afternoon.
The. War Eagle will arrive trom Commerce to
day, returning to-morrow evenlns.
-Engineer Oliver Harman. late of the I.eo Line
ft earners, has received a Government appoint
trent as engineer at the Cuatom-house. under
the ClOl Service Department.
The Columbia curat 1 from Chester with
rixty people anl clesxed again with forty people,
in addition to freight patronage.
, Steamer Bald Esgle de-artcd to Peoria and
way points yesterday. She took out a good
cargo.
Tho Carrier cleared for Hamburg with many
consignments and a passenger trip.
Steamer R. C Gunter got away for Naples
well patronized by shippers.
-The St. Paul departs to Keokuk Saturday aft
erroon. The Harry Brown, up from New Orleans is
now on her war to Paducah, where the will' go
to the bank until there is sufficient water to en
atle her to proceed to Loulsviile.
Dobnqne Delayed ley Storm.
The Diamond Jo steamer Dubuque, due. yester
day, will arrive early this morning, after being
storm-bound all day Tuesday at the head or the
Mississippi Rapids, Pilots on the boat put be
In port at Montrose. She remained there unta
the gale spent Its force. Captain I. I'. Lus-k
general agent for the Diamond Jo Una In St
!uls received a dispatch from the belated liner's
officers yesterday, announcing that all was well.
The Dubuc,Ue is to clear for Dubuque this after
noon. S.,m Vat-Fl f-flttflSi Tin..,!
- -...... ,. .... -una...
Pittsburg. Pa., has been decided upon as the
convention city of the National Board of Steam I
Navfrsetm. .1,1. vmar It; hnanl IM ........ i
tnere September 18. Those to attend from St.
Louis are: Captains John E. Massengale, I. p.
Lutlc. Henry Leyhe. I. N. Mason and II. c. Haar
BtUk. Maritime Miscellany.
----"...-ii., ..iwiiBiup - iw i .ew ioik
to-day as follows: Germanic from Liverpool:
...:.,, ...verpooi. viuifcuius; steamers: AUguste
v Ictorta to Hamburg: La Bretagne, Havre; Ori
xaba, Havana: Saratoga, Nassau; Pretoria. Ber
n.uda; El Sud. New Orleans.
The American-bull Russian cruiser Variar Is
,W. H. LKE, President. GEO. E. HOFFMAN. Cashier.
D. R. FRANCIS. Vice President- R. T. STURGEON. Ass't Cashier.
A- I. SliAPLEIGH. 2d Vice President. D. A. PHILLIPS. 2d Ass't Cashier.
The Merchants' Laclede Rational Bank
OK ST. IiOTTia.
Condensed Statement of Condition at Close of Business Sept. 5, ,900:
RESOURCES.
Cash and sight exchange 3,770,S93.24
Loans payable on demand i1.741,iV51.SS
at fixed dates 5,923,710.24 7,605,362.12
United States bonds 1,693,500.00
Premium ou United States bonds 51,000.00
Other bonds, stocks, etc 219.20-1.31
Keal estate 106.731.0S
813,509,690.75
LIABILITIES.
Capital stock S 1.400,000.03
Surplus and undivided profits 314,112.40
Circulation 1.490.000.CO
United States bond account 108,000.00
Deposits 10,289,578.13
now the fastest vessel afloat, with the exception
of pleasuro sarhts and ton-do boats. She is
capable of maklnr; nearly twenty-eight miles
an hour, her record Ieuig 27.23 miles hourly.
M. F. Plant, president of the Plant IJne to
the British Provinces, Is in Halifax looking
after the steamer Iji Grande Inichesse. which
recently lost one of her propellers and a tall
shaft.
At the annual meeting of the Anchor L'ne
Steamship Company, Just held In London. It was
decided to use American coal on all the com
pany's Atlantic liners, as it has been found to
be much cheaper, considering quality, than the
English coal.
The new cable between the. United States and
Germany begins at Coney Island and ends at
the Azores.
By Telejtrniili.
REPUBLIC SPECIALS.
Memphis. Tenn.. Sept. 12. River marks 4.9
ftet en the gauge, a tall of .2 in twenty-four
hours. Weather cloudv and warm, with thunder
and light showers. The James Lee arrived last
night from Friar's Tolrt with twenty bales of
cotton and left at 5 this evening en return. Ths
Georgia Lee got In last night from Ashport with
125 tales f cotton nnd left at 5 this afternoon on
return. The Delta brought In eight bales of
cotton ard cleared at 5 this afternoon for Vlcks
bvrg with fair trip. The John K. Speed from
St. Louis passed down this morning for New Or
leans with her guards In the water. She dis
charged here a lot of freight and added a lot of
sundries. River receipts were li"8 bale cf cot
ton. The Itees Lee discharged 2.716 packages of
freight and cleared late last evening on return
t? St. Louis.
Cairo. 111.. Sept. 12. River fell . of a foot dur
ing the past twenty-four hours, the gnuge read
ing 8.8 feet. Weather is very warm, cloudy and
threatening rain. A light rain fell last nlglit.
The J. Y. Lockwood from St. Louts with empties
arrived at 6 a. m. She departed for the Lower
Mississippi at 6 a. m. The Addl arrived at 6
p. m. from treadwater with coal tow fcr New
Orleans: she will get away to-morrow morning.
Chester. III.. Sept. 12. lUver falling; gauge 3.3
feet. Weather cloud. Boats up: The General
II. L. Abbott, towing the steamer Gllmore. One
quarter beat ami one barge left the fleet at 7
a. m. Grey Eagle left at 2 p. m. City of Pa
duenh by at 4:o p. m. Down: Grey Eagle, ar
rived at midnight. Peters Lee. 5 p. m. Tender
in and out on ttme.
Burllnirton. la.. Sept. 12. The river is 3 feet
I Inch a"boe low-water mark of 184. a fall of
1 inch. Weather clear and cooler. The St. Paul
of the Diamond Jo IJne will tie here to-morrow,
and the Dubuque win pass north to-morrow
night on the last trip of the season.
Paducah. Ky.. Sept. 12. The gauge reads 2.8
reft, und railing. Weather cloud). Dick Fow!r
to Cairo at 8 a. m. K. B. Richardson In place
of the Joe Fowler to Eransillle at 6 p. m. clj.le
to the Tennessee at 6 p. rn. Harry Brown and
tow from Cairo ht 10 a. m. Business dull.
Grand Tower. 111.. Sept. 12. War Eagle up at
6:20 a. m. U. S. Lily down at 8 a. m. CTty of
1'aducah with one barge of lumber up at 11 n.
m. Peters Lee due down. The gauge reads
8.7 feet, a fall o-f 4 In the last twenty-four
hcurs. Weather cloudy and warm.
Cape Girardeau. Mo.. Sept. 12. Weather rain
ing. River falling. The City of Paducah up at
& a. m. The James Y. Lockwood down st 9 p.
m. The War Eagle cleared for St. Louis st 10
last night.
Warsaw, III., Sept. 11 Gauge reads 4.6 feet.
Weather clear and cooler. St. Paul up at 7 p.
m: Silver Crescent down and up on regular
time.
Wheeling. Sept. 12. River 1 foot 2 Inches and
stationary. Clear and pleasant.
Cincinnati, o.. Sept. 12. River 4.6 feet and
stationary. Clear: mercury 84.
I'vansville. Ir.d.. Sept. 12. RIer 3.7 feet and
falltrg. dear and hot.
Pittsburg. Pa. Sept. 12. River 1.3 feet and fall
ing. Clear and warm.
TO EXTEND SUBWAY DISTRICT.
Probable Outcome of Suits Against
Seckuer Company.
The probable result of the Injunction
suit, filed by the Klnloch Telephone Com
liany fiainst the Setkner Contracting; Com
pany and various municipal oiilcers, will bs
the extension of the underground district.
The lliianl of Public Improvements, which
lias been summoned to cpi-ear in Judge
Klein's orurt next Tuesday and shovr cause,
why a restraining order should not be is
sued, will meet Tuesday morning, when the
r-cei:t accident in the Fourth District and
:t- enure will ' discussed at length.
Supervisor of Lighting O'Hcilly. Sewer
Commissioner Hermann, President McMutlt
and nearly all the members of the Board of
Public Improvements have stated that the
subway district should be Increased. About
the only difference of opinion that exisla
relates to the extent of the new limits.
Now that the matter has reached court and
final action must be taken, members of the
board desire to refrain from expressing
thtlr views until the board shall have met
and officially pasted upon the subject.
Lighting Supervisor O'lteilly will present
to the board next Tuesday a full statement
cf the situation.
EXPENSTVEWEED ORDINANCE.
Court Costs Suffieiunt to Clear Off
Thirty-Mile Strip.
Chief Sanitary Officer Charles W. Francis
ye-sienlay requested permission of Health
Commissioner Doctor Btarkloff to withdraw
hl" staff of inspectors from the garbage
and weed Investigations as soon a-j possi
ble. In order to resume fumigation work
throughout the city. Itr. Francus desires to
proceed with the work of disinfecting, fo
that the health of the citizens will not be
in Jeopardy.
A coincidence of the crusade operated by
the Sanitary Department, In an endeavor
In compel householders to comply with the
weed ordinance, is that the expense of In
vestigation, filing ults In court and notify
ing householders, has cost about J2.K ), about
h much a.s It woula cost to cut thirty miles
of weeds at v per mile. Mr. Francis says
he would like; to have an appropriation
made and the city contract for the tutting
of weeds, as he thinks the city would
thereby be sure that the weeds are cut.
Military conditions would be better, and no
money would be wasted. More than Sn
householders have been summoned Into
court on the charge of violating the weed
ordinance, but the expense in many coses is
greater than It would be for the city to
have the weeds cut.
T. J. PROSSER SEEKS DIVORCE.
Charges His Wife With Indignities
Wants .Minor Children.
Thomas J. Prosser. who was defeated for
Congress by Seth W. Cobb, several years
ago. tiled suit for divorce yesterday against
Margaret V. Prosser. They were married
on September 12, 1ST;, and separated on
May ill, last.
He charges that In 1S74 she threw a silver
butter dish across the table at him, and
that it struck him between the eyes and
Inflicted a deep cut. In 1(37. he avers that
she threw boiling water towaids him, and
attempted to srlke him with a ehalr. They
have four children, Iteany C. Prosser, aged
Zt years, Alice Pearl Prosser. aged 21 years,
Percy S. Prosser. aged 17 years and Thomas
J. Prosser, aged 14 years. The Prossers
lived at Hazelwood. St. Louis County. The
defendant Is in possession of the furnish
ings of their residence, valued at 11.000. it
Is alleged. He asks that she be required
to surrender tho property to him. He also
asks for custody of their minor children.
EMILE THOMAS'S INSURANCE.
Widow Sues to Recover on n
Lapsed Policy.
Suit for JSM.fifl on a lapsed pollcv. was
brought yesterday by Margaret Thomas,
agali.st the Mutual Life Insurance Com
pany of New York, for Insurance on the life
of the plaintiffs husband, tho late Emile
Thomr-s. former Marshal of St. Louis.
Mr. Thomas died January n, last. The
poUcy was allowed to lapse on July 10,
1897. It Is alleged that under Section 3KS,
Revised Statutes of Missouri for 1899, tho
value of the policy at the time that It
lapsed would keep It alive as temporary
Insurance for four years and 320 days from
the date on which the policy lapsed. The
policy was for $1,000. It Is claimed that
the amount sued for is the amount that
would remain after deducting the premiums
which have accrued since the policy lapsed.
FINANCIAL
SssssrfSSSlSssSrfesSl
813,509,690.75
STEAMBOATS.
LOWER MISSISSIPPI.
CHESTER LINE.
Steamer ORKY EAGLE, in place of Cherokes.
to he.ier and way landings leaves Tueslays.
Thcrrriajs ai.d Saturdays at 3 p m.. from Eagl
Packet Company's wharfboat. making excur
sion rate of J3 round trip, meals snd berth in
eluded. HUNTER BEN JEXKIX3. Agent.
LEE LINE EXCURSION.
ftemcftfe and Return Only S12,
IXCLTOIXf. MEALS AND I1ERTH.
Eteamer RICES LEE leaves Fridays at i. p. m.
Btramer PETERS LEE leaves Tuesdays at 6 p.
re. for Memphis snd all way landings, takin
frelirht for Helena and Friar's Point and Ar-ka-STs
River to Mr niiiff. Phore Main 48A
and Klnloch A 112. Wharfboat. foot of Pips st.
J NO. E. MASSENGALE. A'tmi.
FOR STE. GENEVIEVE.
Chester. St. Mary's and all way land
ings. STR. COLUMBIA
T.a.ir.. Unni.av. Tla.n,l... ..4
Saturdays, at 3 p. m.. from Diamond Jo wharf
boat. making excursion rate cf 53 round trip,
meals ard berth Included.
LAWRENCE MACDONALD. Agent.
Thone M 21CA.
St. Loals and Tennessee Rlier Packet Go.
Steamer CITY OF PIDUCIH.
Will leave wharfboat. foot of Pine
st., Saturday. September 15. at 5 p.
m.. for Caoe Girardeau. Cairo. Pa
ducah and all points on Tennessee River to Wa
terloo. Ala. Excursion reason now open; only $12
for round trip; out eight days. Meals and berth
included.
Phones Main 40A; Klnloch A112.
JNO. E. MASSENGALE. Agent.
EAGLE PACKET COMPAJCTT.
Err. War Eagle for Cape Girardeau. Commare
and all way landings. Mondays and Fiidsr. I
r. m. for Illinois RItst Str. Bald Eagl fee
Faoria and Intermediate points Wednesdays aa4
faturdays 4 pm.
HUNTBR BKN JXKKTKfl. Osa. Alt.
T"--n- eiw att.
CPPER MISSISSIPPI.
.!fiM0ND JO LINE STEAMERS
For Hamburg. lit. CTIarkrvllIe. Louisiana. Han
nibal, ejulncy and Keokuk.
f tr. IT. PAUL
Leaves Saturday. September 15. 4 p. m.
"EXCURSIONS"
Tc Birlintten, li., mi Rs.ara $7.50,
TnKis'w. la., anl Mm 1.6.09.
Including meal and berth, en Str. St. Paul
eery Tu"d5y for Burlington and every Satur
day for Keokuk.
For Dubuque and Intermediate Landings.
Str. DUBUQUE leaves Thursday, September
12. I p. m.
Tl. Main 2447A. ISAAC P. LU8K. Atrt.
MISSOURI RIVER.
MISSOURI RIVER.
St. Louis and Herman Weekly Packet.
Str. W. H. GRAPEVINE
Leaves foot of Cherry t., Saturday. Sept. 15.
at 5 p. m.. for Washington. Hermann. Jefferson
City. Wolff's Point. Rceheport and alt way land
Ires. MWRESCE MACDONALD, Agent.
Phone Main 2417A.
Mullanphy Board.
Rezalar Meeting.
Office Mullanphy Boara.
CO" Locust Street,
St. Louis. Mo., Sept. 10, 1300.
The regular meeting of the Board was
held on the above-named date, with Presi
dent Klevkamp ln the chair.
Roll Call Present: Messrs. Boucheln. Car
miehael. Grimm. Hcnselmeler. Llghtner.
Tlrmenstein. Vice President Holthaus and
President Kleykamp S.
Absent: Messrs. Block, Pauly, Ritchie and
Woitchek 1.
Absent from the city: Mr. Herrmann 1.
On motion of Vice President Holthaus.
seconded by Mr. Carmlchael. the reading ot
the minutes of tho last regular meeting was
dlspejnsed with, and they were approved as
printed, with the exception that the amount
of the unpaid bills in the Auditing Commit
tee's! report was changed from J9So.II to
J0."vVS.
Messrs. Woitchek. P.tule and Block enter
ed and took their seats.
COM Ml.'NICATIONS.
A communication from Mr. Frank E. Lit
tle, president of the Slur Feather and Down
Company, tenants of the Board at 712 North
Levee, asking for certain repair?, was. read.
On motion of Mr. Orlmm. seconded by Mr.
Block, the secretary was Instructed to write
Mr. Little that the Board declines to make
any repairs at present, but If he will take
a lease on the house the matter will be ad
Justed. Mr. Boucheln voting no.
Mr. mtehle entered and took his seat.
A communication from the tenants of the
Board at house? Nos. 17IS to 17) O'Fallon
street, asking for a reduction of rent. was.
on motion of Mr. Carmlchael. referred to
the Land and lieaslng Committee,
SECRETARY'S REPORT.
St. Louis. Mo., Sept. 10. 19CO.
To the Mullanphy Board:
Gentlemen: 1 hereby respectfully submit
my report for the month of August. liW.
CASH STATEMENT.
Cash balance, July 31. 1900 J3.123.73
Receipts
House rent "'IS, j?
Ground rent S3' -
Interest 4.13 1.101.:
Total Ji,SS..33
Expenditure; s
Relief sa-'"
Expense 32.1a
Hauling and cleaning JJ-2
Commission .JS'S
Repairs ?"
Advertising .
Printing and Stationery S.Sn
Insurance --5'; . ...
Salary Z56.C6- 1.6U..q
Balance cash on hand. -August 31
1900 ...J1S67.W
Thirtv-six (36 emigrants and thirteen (13)
travelers, or a total of forty-nine, obtained
relief during the month of August. WW.
Divided into nationalities there were: From
the United States. 14: Germany, 1: Russia,
H; Canada. 4; Austria. 3; Cuba. 1: Bohe
mia, 1: Scoland. 1.
Their destinations were Newburg. Mo.. 8;
Arkansas City. Mo.. 6; Arkansas. 4: Colo
rado. 8: Kansas, 6; Nebraska, 7: Oklahoma.
3, and Texas, 7.
Your secretary reports that the transfer
of the lease of Zacharlas Brinkman to Mr.
M. Zimmerman on the conditions specified
in the same, and on the further conditions
that all back taxe3 and rents should be
paid, and that all repairs be made at the
expense of Mr. Zimmerman, has been duly
executed as ordered by the Board.
G. W. FISHBACK.
Secretary.
On motion of Mr. Ritchie, seconded by
Mr. Tlrmenstein, the secretary's report was
received and approved.
AUDITING COMMITTEE'S REPORT.
St. Louis. Mo., Sept. 10. 1300.
To the Mullanphy Board:
Gentlemen Your Auditing Committee re-
1 ports herewith that It has examined the
boons ar.a accounts, ot tne secrciry mr
the. month, of August. 1900, and finds the
same correct, and that he has proper
vouchers for all payments made by him.
CASJI STATEMENT.
Cash on band, July 5.1. 19uo $3,13.73
Teital receipts for month of August.
19ij0 1,737.19
Grand total ..Ji.SS2.J3
Total expenditures t'or month of
August. 19-10 L615.73
Balance cash on hand August 31.
1W0 J3.:67.1
Deposited in Franklin Bank $3,193.5.'
In cash drawer if secretary 71.61
Accompanying this report will be found
a list of bills audited but not yet paid,
amounting- to 3.VUC
Respectfully submitted.
J. HUGO GRIMM. Chairman.
W. II. HENSELME1ER.
GIDEON V. CARMICHAEL.
Auditing Committee.
On motion or Mr. Tlrmenstein, seconded
by Mr. Woitchek. the Auditing Commit
tee s report was receives! and approved.
LAND AND LEASING COMMITTEE'S
REPORT.
St. Louis. SePt. 6, 1900.
To the Mullanphy Board:
Gentlemen Your Land and Leasing
v-otnmlttce respectfully submits the follow
ing report and recommendations:
Concerning application f Chrls't Bchle
for .1 renewal of his lease, which was re
ferral to this committee by the Board
August 13. Em we recommend that samo
be not accepted.
Your committee also reports that on the
nil ult. it visited the property belonging
to tho Fund, lying In the county north of
the City of St. I.outj. and would recom
mend that the former action of the Board
concerning its disposition be adhered to.
Respectfully submitted.
AUGUST HOLTHAUS. Chairman.
WILLIAM A. BLOCK.
Land and Leasing CommItt.
On motion of Mr. Grimm, seconded bv
Mr. Pauly. the report of the Land and
Leasing Committee was received and ap
proved. BUILDING COMMITTEE'S REPORT.
St. Louis. Mo., Sept. 7. 1500.
To the Mullanphy Board:
Gentlemen Your Building Committee re
spectfully submits the following report:
We have examined the following bills for
repairs ordered by the president of the
Board and this committee, and said bills
being approved by the architect, we recom
mend their payment:
5dwVa..'.1! H- Rabenberg, repairs J 13.40
H. HHker. repairs 17.75
Goodale & Bcardslee. repairs 41.63
JV'S?.1 ,& Ratz' "Pa" 33.30
McKlnley & Braun, repairs 4S.00
George Lane, repairs 13.23
John J. WHlmore. repairs 33J-J
V e?.rl.& Jcoby. repairs Z3.U
iV JA' orrish, repairs 7..
S .yce- "P31" 29.30
F. C. Relmers. repairs. 23.fio
' A,V.7fenner' "Pairs -.73
O. Miller, repairs 78.70
Cunningham Bros. &. Co., repairs.... 21.K7
tiF- hrcn?: rena' 11.30
Bolte Stove Company, repairs 5.30
T,9tal, .J122.12
u.m e flsS. recommend the payment of the
?.iof. yHliam A. Lucas, architect, for
J4-.21. being 10 per cent commission on
above repair bills.
Respectfully submitted.
G. A. PAULY. Chairman.
T. P. RITCHIE.
EJIIL G. WOITCHEK.
., ... Building Committee.
On motion of Mr. Carmlchael. seconded
by Mr. Grimm, the Building Committee's
report was received and approved.
, NEW BUSINESS.
President Kleykamp suggested the Im
portance of laying new linoleum on the of
fice floor.
Mr. Woitchek moved, seconded by Mr.
Tlrmenstein. that .the president's sugges
lald acceDted d that he linoleum lie
Ca'rried.
Mr. Pauly moved, seconded by Mr. Hen
selmeler. that the matter be referred to
the Ways and Means Committee, with in
woriL " t0 bIds and raP'ete the
Carried.
..P,'s!dent Kle'kanip presented the seml-
hfsnelnrnPoft.,0 thJ ?Uy COUnCl1 ior
AP J. of ihe members of the Board.
xeSne m0v 01?f Jfr- Pauly. seconded by Mr.
Woitchek, the Board adjourned.
G. W. FISHBACK.
Secretary. ""
To Dealers in Hay,
flats, Cora, Bran,
Straw, Etc.
Office of Commissioner of Supplies). '
City Hall. September 12th. 1909.
Sealed proposals will be received by tha
undersigned at Ms office until 12 o'clock m.
of
MONDAY NEXT. 17TH INST.,
for supplying the City Hospital, House of
Refage. Work House. Quarantine and
Smallpox Hospital. Insane Asylum. Poor
House, Female Hospital, parks and fire en
gine houses with hay. oats. corn. bran,
shlpstuff and straw, from the 26th day of
September. 1900. to the 26th day of Decem
ber. 1900.
The hay to be fancy timothy, loose or in
bales, and choice upland prairie ln bales
may be ordered; oats to be Inspected No. 3
white oats ln new sacks; the corn to be In
spected No. 2 mixed, and delivered ln new
burlaps: straw to be clean, long wheat,
loose or ln bales. All sacks to be new.
Samples of shlpstuff and ear corn required.
Each lot of one kind of feed delivered un
der this contract to either the Insane Asy
lum. Female Hospital. Poor House, must be
weighed upon the Thorp scales, and a sep
arate weigher's ticket furnished with each
lot.
The different articles to be contracted for
to be delivered (free ot charge for package
or delivery) at such time and in such quan
tity as may be required by the officers in
charge of the several Institutions, or de
partments, and all orders to be filled within
three dnys from date, except when a speci
fied day shall be therein designated.
Bids will be received for the supplying ot
any one or all the above mentioned institu
tions, etc., and for one or more of all the
articles In question.
In case any of the above mentioned arti
cles prove on delivery to be not ln compli
ance with the required quality and specifi
cations, the same will be rejected, and the
contractor shall as soon as possible replace
the Sams' with a suitable article, and ln the
event 'of his failure to do so, the Commis
sioner of Supplies is to have the right to
purchase the same ln open market at said
contractors cost, as olso In the case of
non-delivery within the- time specified.
Each bid must be accompanied by a cer
tified check to the order of the undersigned,
for J200. as a guarantee that In case ot its
acceptance, the bidder will within five days
of the award enter in contract and' file
a bond In the sum of J3.O0O, with two or
more good and sufficient securities, to bo
approved by the Mayor, for the faithful
performance of his contract.
All forage delivered to tho Poor House.
Female Hospital and Insane Asylum must
be weighed on the Thorp scales.
The Commissioner reserves the right to
reject any and all bids.
AH bids having any alteration or erasure
thereon will bo rejected.
Printed forms and any further Information
required will be furnished on application to
this office. . ..
Bidders are invited to be present at tho
opening of the. bids. .,.
FRED C. MEIER.
Commissioner of Supplies.
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